Epson WorkForce WF-2660 Driver Download
– When we thought of this survey toward the beginning of May 2015, the WorkForce WF-2660 was the top model (and most costly) of three in Epson’s WorkForce WF-2600 arrangement. The WorkForce WF-2660 and its kin are the littlest WorkForce AIOs the organization offers, and thusly likewise the littlest printers accessible in view of Epson’s generally new (mid-2014) PrecisionCore printhead innovation, which has been restricted to its business-situated printers in this way. As we’ve clarified in a few late WorkForce printer audits, notwithstanding giving a few different advantages, PrecisionCore-based printers so far have turned out to be moderately quick at their value focuses, and they print entirely well overall. Regardless, notwithstanding the WorkForce WF-2660, with this line you can pick either the $99.99-MSRP WorkForce WF-2630 or the $129.99-MSRP WorkForce WF-2650. Before going into what these cost contrasts get you, we ought to first bring up that as we thought of this in May 2015, every one of the three models were marked down intensely from those rundown costs on Epson’s Web website, and in addition somewhere else. Search around, and you could spare $30 on the WorkForce WF-2630, $40 on the WorkForce WF-2650, and $50 on our audit unit, the WorkForce WF-2660, making the main issue costs $69.99, $89.99, and $99.99, separately. At these markdown costs, for the $10 distinction between the WF-2660 and the WF-2650 you really surrender a great deal: a 2.7-inch shading touch screen for a four-line monochrome readout, and in addition support for Near-Field Communication (NFC) and a couple of other portable network highlights. The less expensive still WorkForce WF-2630 is slower by Epson’s appraisals by around 4 pages for every moment (with highly contrasting yield) and 3 pages for every moment (with shading), and its information plate is 50 pages less spacious. Yet, on the other hand, remember that its deal cost is just $70, and that for an undeniable AIO. We like the WorkForce WF-2660 significantly more at the under-$100 value point than at its $149.99 list cost. As we will get into in the Setup and Paper Handling segments later on, while we’re not under any condition excited with the expense per page (CPP) of the WorkForce WF-2660, on the off chance that you don’t plan to print or duplicate on it all that much, its Swiss Army blade like list of capabilities and uncommon print quality make it an awesome little printer for infrequent use, and a decent esteem in that part. You may not utilize it frequently, but rather when you have to, it will undoubtedly have all that you’ll have to finish the current workload. Before going too profoundly into the WorkForce WF-2660’s outline and components, we ought to say that with regards to a balanced list of capabilities, all that this AIO truly needs is an auto-duplexing programmed report feeder, or ADF. Yes, it has a 30-sheet ADF, and a decent one. Be that as it may, too bad, so as to output two-sided firsts (i.e., to catch the second sides of the pages), you should physically turn over your pile of pages being examined. To be reasonable, it isn’t so much that we can practically hope to see an auto-duplexing ADF on a passage level model like this one—that is the thing that progression up models are for! — however it would have been a pleasant touch, adjusting the list of capabilities in a way that may have counterbalanced a portion of the sting of this present printer’s high CPP.